History Takes Flight

With a collection of more than 200 historic aircraft, the EAA Aviation Museum is a year-round destination, combining aviation's past with the promise of its exciting future.

Founders' Wing

1955 Corben Mechanix Illustrated Baby Ace Model C – N9050C

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That’s the first sentence in the last paragraph of Bill Parker’s “Editor’s Workbench” column in the May, 1955 issue of Mechanix Illustrated magazine.

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1959 Poberezny P-5 'Pober Sport' - N51G

Paul Poberezny first penciled a sketch of the Pober Sport during the summer of 1956. With a little help from his wife and brother, Paul began building the Sport with a Baby Ace fuselage and J-3 landing gear. Other EAA members pitched in to help Paul build his latest aircraft.

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Waco Primary Glider Replica

The Waco Aircraft Company designed and built the Primary Glider in 1930 in an attempt to capitalize on America’s newfound enthusiasm for flight.

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1953 Howard/Poberezny Pete III 'Little Audrey' - N111PL (N27B)

Named after his wife, Little Audrey was constructed by Paul Poberezny in 1953 during the very early days of EAA.

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